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There's never a dhall moment when it comes to Indian food.
A tribute to the late Malaysian artist Zulkifli Mohd Dahalan.
By serving halal fare, two coffee shops on the mainland prove that food unites.
Penang’s frozen desserts are no longer taken for granted.
Pastoral delights abound at Balik Pulau.
Art Market be Bearing Downwards? Bidding fatigue and scarcity of top-notch works might spell a slowdown in the art market.
Editor Ooi Kee Beng chats with Marina Mahathir about what it means to be Malaysian today.
To gain a fuller insight into Malaysia’s attainment of independence, we need to look at the adjacent puzzle pieces as well.
Say goodbye to social, political and financial stability, and economic growth.
As we enter the second quarter, we take a look at what's affecting the Penang economy.
If you're looking for some fun, interaction and play, there's a new joint in town where you can get all that – and more.
Without proper civic consciousness, we cannot truly be proud of our cities.
When Alina Amir gets thrown into a classroom full of rowdy 13-year-olds, she finds that teaching can be a Herculean task.
For an unforgettable (and also affordable) experience travelling around Europe, Bram Tan recommends you go old school, get a tent and go camping.
Kee Thuan Chye laments about Malaysia today, and reminisces about the Malaysia he used to know.
Plate Culture marries the idea of secret kitchens with the Internet to create an intimate sort of dining experience.
A tour of the demilitarised zone between the two Koreas is not your typical holiday destination.
Bram Tan documents the trials of the Grimpeurs as they endure one of the toughest stages of the Tour de France.
Suffolk House introduces its first Sunday champagne semi-buffet brunch.
Are Malaysians living in working poverty?
On the emergence of Jawi Peranakan cuisine in Penang.
As injuries and complaints mount, Batu Ferringhi’s famed beach is rapidly losing its lustre, thanks to an unregulated water sports industry and the absence of enforcement.
Anne Ooi was just another protestor on July 9, until a photograph of her took the internet by storm.
Toh Kin Woon talks about whether the increasing privatisation of health services is desirable, and how Malaysia’s healthcare system can be made more equitable.
Director Saw Teong Hin puts a new spin on an old classic.
We take a look back at the life of the "Father of Malaysian Painting".
A dying Nirmala Dutt Shanmughalingam struggles to finish her final paintings in praise of her God.
Penang's colourful heritage is brought to life in song and dance.